|Bill Douglas is the 2009 Inductee to the
Internal Arts Hall of Fame in New York, and
author of the best-selling tai chi book, The
Complete Idiot's Guide to T'ai Chi & QiGong,
sold worldwide in several languages
PBS affiliate KCPT Reports on How Bill's T'ai Chi Program Changed Lives!
"If they could put a money value on what is being done here, it would be like a pill
that is worth millions and millions of dollars."
-- Bill Lowenstein, student in this book's author's University of Kansas Hospital
T'ai Chi program, [from interview in below KCPT TV feature.]]
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||DVD presenter, Bill Douglas, a top world authority on Tai Chi and Qigong for stress management and health, is the Tai Chi Expert for DrWeil.com and the creator of Prevention Magazine's Tai Chi Tutorial. Bill teaches for the University of Kansas Hospital;. and University of Kansas Medical Center.
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-- H.B., Hong Kong
-- E. Young, California
"A must have for stressed people. Thanks Bill for being the guide."
-- Johan Pyfferoen, Veurne, Belgium
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-- Francesca Sato, Rome, Italy
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-- Arthur L. Fleschner, Philadelphia, PA
Bill Douglas, Founder of World Tai Chi Day
Tai chi is often described as "meditation in motion," but it might well be called "medication in motion." There is growing evidence that this mind-body practice ... has value in treating or preventing many health problems.
-- Harvard Medical Health Publication